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Charity All Star Games Benefitting the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

What: NTABL Charity All Star Games Benefitting the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

When: Saturday, August 17 – 9:00AM – 6:00PM

Where: Dr Pepper Ballpark, Frisco, Texas… 256 more words


Some Things Are Complicated. This Is Not.

As my little one transforms from a chubby, Michelin-man-armed baby into a lanky, funny little boy, I see traits of his father in him. I see traits of myself in him. 780 more words

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Midweek Messages Talking Philanthropy with Nicole Jennings

We had an excellent show today talking Josh Gordan, NBA, Lebron James, and Joel Embiid in our signature Game On or Game Over segment. Then we talked to Nicole Jennings, wife of Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings, about… 68 more words


St. Louis’ Reputation for Giving is Stronger than Ever

Nearly 500 of St. Louis’ nonprofit organization and foundation leaders, board members, staff and volunteers gathered at the Edison Theatre on the Wash U campus last week to be among the first to learn the results of an annual survey on philanthropic giving in the region. 338 more words

Be You Be Philanthropic

I always thought the holiday season was the time for giving. However it’s summer, and yet another brand is found giving back to the world. 223 more words


Get to Know: Mary Aboujaoude

As the founder and owner of Concord Solutions, Mary has been both an architect and visionary to each aspect of establishing, growing and maintaining an international organization that services Fortune 500 & mid-size companies with executive placement, tech staffing and IT business solutions and tools like PMWeb Microsoft, SAP, SaaS and Cloud implementation. 252 more words


Silos Are For Cows, Not for Deans and Development Officers

I want to welcome Mark Jones, Senior Associate at BWF, as our new regular guest blogger. As a veteran of the field and trainer and advocate for fundraisers he brings a new perspective and expertise to this blog. 1,076 more words